Whitesville News

Roger Easton has let the library know that the Whitesville News is now on another web site, one that is much easier to navigate.  


Visit the site to check out the news in Whitesville from many years ago.  See who had new babies, who went visiting, who got married and especially fun is checking out the prices on clothing and food at the local retailers.

Craft/Vendor Show

On Saturday, May 6th the library will be hosting a craft/vendor show at Whitesville Firehall. Vendors may contact the library for set-up information. We have several openings available.

The show will run from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. A Chinese Auction will be among the activities planned.

For more information contact the library via email at whitesville.stls.org, phone at 607 356 3645 or any board member.

This is a great opportunity to support the library, small businesses and to buy Mom that perfect Mother’s Day gift.

Zinio: Magazines online


The Chemung County Library District, in partnership with the Southern Tier Library System,  is pleased to announce a new service for patrons- Zinio for Libraries.

Through their library’s website, patrons of any STLS affiliated library will have unlimited multi-user access to complete digital magazines, which can easily be viewed on most Internet-enabled devices inside or outside of the library. Magazines are digitally recreated page for page, including full color pictures, key word article search and audio and video. Some of the popular titles available are Forbes, Field and Stream and Martha Stewart Living.

 Go to:   https://www.rbdigital.com/stlschemungcony   to set up your account today.

Whitesville News online

Have you tried to read the Whitesville Newspaper on the microfilm machine at the library, got frustrated and gave up!!  You no longer need to do that.  Thanks to Roger Easton the Whitesville News is now online and can be searched at your convenience in the comfort of your own home.  Find it at http://www.fultonhistory.com/Fulton.html   .   Whitesville News is on page 5.

Town historian, Roger Easton has now put the Whitesville News on a flashdrive so you can insert it in one of our public access computers to view without navigating the entire Fulton News site.


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